Photography tips, Photo lab news, photography services, and more written by distinguished guest bloggers. Each post is written exclusively for H&H Color Lab to help our customer base of professional photographers.
As part of the monthly blog posts about our customers, we decided to include interviews with our photo lab’s staff so you can get to know them better. This month, Georgia interviews Michelle Gabbert, Customer Service Manager for H&H Color Lab. Michelle enjoys fitness, gardening and spending time outdoors with her family. She has participated in […]Read More
High School Senior Season is here! I am always looking for products to “bonus” my high school seniors that come in during the beginning of high school season. My belief is that if I can get products into their hands quickly, they show them around the community and the result is more seniors select me to photograph this […]Read More
Vine is a fairly new app on the market, but one that quickly made its way to the #1 spot in the iTunes App Store. Developed by the Twitter team, Vine is a video recorder that creates a six second animated GIF with an audio background. Vine uses your iPhone’s microphone and camera to record […]Read More
If your goal is to increase sales for your business with social media, you need to develop a loyal fan base that will begin to regard you/your brand as a leading authority and best-of-breed in your marketplace. Having strategic and authentic interaction with your fans is the key to your success. Creating an editorial calendar […]Read More
Georgia McCabe interviews David Desler of In His Image Photography located in Southern California in this month’s H&H Customer Interview. Once they finished sharing small talk of surfing, fishing, and the lovely southern California weather, they got down to business: Georgia: David, how long have you been an H&H Customer? David: I can’t remember the […]Read More
I just wanted to share something that has been quite helpful for both me and my professional photography clients. I call it the “larger-than-life” scenario. There are certainly many useful tools and software programs available to help our clients visualize how a photographic art piece will look on their wall. These programs show the print […]Read More